Hungover Jennifer Metcalfe looks incredible in skintight black jumpsuit after big night out | The Sun

HOLLYOAKS star Jennifer Metcalfe showed off her incredible figure in a skintight black jumpsuit.

The actress – who who plays Mercedes McQueen on the hit channel 4 show, looked glamourous in the figure-hugging one-piece.

Jennifer, 39, wore her long brunette tresses loose over her shoulder and opted for subtle makeup.

The soap star completed her look with a khaki trench coat,a matching camouflage cap and a pair of knee-high leather boots.

Jennifer captioned the post: "Walking hair of the dog get up."

Despite feeling hungover, Jennifer still managed to crack a smile and look incredible.


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Last month, the TV favourite posed up a storm in a video of herself in a sexy backless dress twerking.

Recently, Jen exclusively told The Sun that despite her sexy images, she does not get eligible men contacting her social media – instead she attracts comments from foot fetishists.

The actress split with her five year old son's dad, Greg Lake, in 2020 but despite that, Jen is keen to give her bundle of joy, Daye, a sibling.

She exclusively told us: "I’d absolutely love to have more kids. I’d like to have five or six, but the time and person I’m with would have to be right.”

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At the time, Jen announced her split on social media but in fact the pair had parted ways months before.

Taking to Instagram, she said: "Greg and I decided to part ways amicably a couple months ago.

"We remain friends and we both will continue to happily co parent Daye and would appreciate privacy during these times."

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